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The defense will shoot the high-rise building in lower

The large-scale and very prestigious construction of Esbjerg Towers has now come under fire from none other than the ministry of Defence.

the Air base Skrydstrup, which is 54 kilometers away from the upcoming construction in Esbjerg, fear namely, that the highest of the houses can interfere with flyvestationens radar.

Jv.dk can tell you that the ministry of Defence has objected to the cactus-the building, designed by the world-renowned architectural firm Bjarke Ingels Group.

According to the local newspaper the plans, to the highest of the houses should rage 61 meters up. And it can apparently interfere with the radarovervågningen and thus also the country's national interests.

Thus, the ministry has the right of veto . Planning & Environment committee in the Municipality of Esbjerg is hearing the case at a meeting on Tuesday.

the Chairman of the committee Karen Sandrini (P) is, according to the jv.dk not worried about the defense department's objections.

- If a 61 metre high building is a problem for radardækningen, then there is good enough many buildings that can't be done. We've also a chimney on the affaldsforbrændingen, there is something higher than 61 meters, and we have the wind turbines in the Way of 200 feet in height, says Karen Sandrini to the jv.dk.

Esbjerg Towers shall, after the drawings, respectively 28 metres by 37 metres and 61 metres high.

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